During the quarantine, the tool became available to everyone for free download on the Pantone official website.
The American developer has decided to temporarily open access to its Pantone Connect application free of charge for everyone who is forced to work from home. Thus, the company joined the rapidly growing list of large international organizations providing access to programs and content on free or preferential terms against the backdrop of a difficult epidemiological and economic situation in the world.
Pantone Connect is a popular tool for designers in Adobe Creative Cloud, which allows you to efficiently use the catalog of palettes and easily convert RGB, Hex and CMYK color models to the corresponding palettes.
Under the new terms, the quarantine software is available to everyone for free download on the Pantone official website. "Disaster often inspires great creativity," commented on the announcement of the service on the company's official Instagram account. It is known that for customers who already have a paid subscription to the application, the service can be extended free of charge for another three months.